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Interface Fabrics Purchases Wind Energy

March 2003 - The Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) announced that Interface Fabrics Group, a supplier of fabrics for commercial interiors based in Guilford, Maine, has agreed to purchase wind energy certificates equivalent to 10% of the electricity used at its Maine and Massachusetts facilities. Under the agreement with BEF, the company will purchase 12.5 million kWh of "green tags" over five years.

Interface Fabrics Group, which is a division of Interface, Inc., derives almost 90% of its thermal needs from biomass or waste wood chips.

News Release - Bonneville Environmental Foundation Announces Wind Energy Purchase By Interface Fabrics Group

BEF Contact: Pam Field (503) 248-1905

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